STILLWATER, Okla. -- Liz Donohoe scored 21 points and gathered 16 rebounds to lead No. 11 Oklahoma State over Texas-Pan American 90-48 on Sunday.
The Cowgirls (11-0) got 16 points from LaShawn Jones and 11 points and five assists from Tiffany Bias.
Texas-Pan American (6-7) was led by Shawnte Goff's 11 points and the Broncs shot just 23 percent from the floor, including 7 of 28 from beyond the arc.
Oklahoma State opened a 20-point first-half lead on a Bias 3-pointer with 3:21 left before the break, but UTPA scored the last eight points of the half, including treys by LaQuinta Garner and Alexandria Hill, to cut the lead to 12 at 33-21 at intermission.
The Cowgirls exerted their dominance in the second half. They opened the frame with a 13-0 run to push the lead to 25 points at 46-21 and UTPA never challenged again.
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